Saad al-Hariri, who announced his resignation as Lebanon's prime minister from Saudi Arabia, walks down the steps of an airplance at Beirut's global airport, in Beirut, Lebanon, November 21, 2017.
Hariri is now in Paris, where he met French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday. In a televised interview last week from his home in Riyadh, he said Hezbollah's support of Iran against Saudi Arabia was a threat to Lebanon's stability.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun has refused to accept the resignation until Hariri returns to present it in person.
Hariri suggested that he may not resign if Hezbollah, the most powerful wing of the Lebanese government, agreed to disarm and withdraw from regional conflicts.
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He also held talks with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi and said he'll announce his political position after his return to Beirut.
Hariri, a long-time ally of Saudi Arabia, cited fear of assassination and meddling by Iran and Hezbollah in the Arab world in his resignation speech.
The former Lebanese prime minister announced his resignation from the Saudi capital Riyadh on November 4, referring the reason to the internal and external armed activities of Hezbollah, a Lebanese Iran-backed Shiite militant group represented by several ministers and affiliates in the government and the parliament. He is expected to return to Beirut on Wednesday. He told reporters after the meeting that he will arrive in Beirut in time to celebrate Lebanon's Independence Day on Wednesday with the rest of the country.